The Harvard Crimson Presents
Antisemitism at Harvard, According to Seven Jewish Affiliates
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Since University President Claudine Gay’s controversial testimony before Congress about antisemitism at Harvard, the University has become a major subject of an international conversation about the Oct. 7 attacks, the war in Gaza, antisemitism, and the proper place of free speech on our nation’s campuses. As this discourse has gone global, outside observers and powerful people have weighed in on a discussion about our campus, at times more loudly than the Jewish affiliates of Harvard themselves. With this special package of op-eds from seven Jewish Harvard affiliates — diverse in age, background, and ideology — we hope to provide personal perspective on an important conversation about campus antisemitism that has traveled far beyond Cambridge. — Tommy Barone ’25 and Jacob M. Miller ’25, Crimson Editorial Chairs